We respect the First Amendment rights of all our faculty members, staffers and students, which includes posting signs in their personal space. However, signs are not a legally effective way to provide notice that you have banned guns in your sole occupant office.
If you are the sole occupant of an office and want to exercise your right to ban the conceal carry of handguns from your office, we remind you that oral notification is the only legally effective way to provide that notice. A sign, not accompanied by oral notification, might be considered “wrongful exclusion” and thus a violation of the law subject to fines and penalties associated with the law.
You are not authorized, however, to put up a 30.06 sign (the statutorily required sign that gives notice to a LTC holder that the area where the sign is posted is an exclusion area). Only designated university personnel are allowed to post these signs, as required by university policy.